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The Westmoreland Fire Department sends our thoughts and prayers to the entire Oriskany Fire Department as well as the family of Asst. Chief Bud Koss. The attached photos were taken from our Asst. Chie...
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The Westmoreland Fire Department conducted our annual pump testing through Har-Rob Fire Equipment & Apparatus.
Sun. Apr 12th 2020
On behalf of all of us at the Westmoreland Fire Dept., we wish you a safe and healthy Easter!
Sat. Apr 4th 2020
The Westmoreland Fire Department is closely monitoring the COVID-19 Pandemic, and is following direction given by Oneida County Dept. of Emergency Services as well as the Oneida County Health Dept.

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Tue. Dec 17th 2019
Congratulations to all those who were elected!Chief: Jeff Grube1st Assistant Chief: David Hartwell2nd Assistant Chief: Russ Smith1st Captain: Waylan Wilczek2nd Captain: Brad Strebing1st Lieutenant: An...
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COVID-19 Information
Sat. Apr 4th 2020

The Westmoreland Fire Department is closely monitoring the COVID-19 Pandemic, and is following direction given by Oneida County Dept. of Emergency Services as well as the Oneida County Health Dept.

The Health Department and CDC Recommend the following:
Self-isolate if:

• You have mild symptoms (slight fever and cough).

• You have recently traveled and are displaying respiratory symptoms and fever.

• Believe you might have been exposed to a person suspected to have COVID-19.

• Don’t have any chronic medical conditions and aren’t immunocompromised.

Those self-isolating should stay home for 14 days, monitoring symptoms. If symptoms worsen, contact your doctor/healthcare provider.

Call physician/healthcare provider if:

• You self-isolated because of mild symptoms and aren’t getting better.

• You have COVID-19 symptoms (fever, cough and shortness of breath) and you have any chronic medical conditions or are immunocompromised (ex. diabetes, heart disease, chronic lung disease, chronic kidney disease or taking immunosuppressive medications).

Please do not report to a physician’s office, urgent care or emergency room unannounced. Please see the following numbers below if you should have any questions:

ONEIDA COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH HOTLINE: 1-800-678-0888


ONEIDA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT COVID-19 HOTLINE: 315-798-5431


ONEIDA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES’ HELPLINE: 315-798-5439

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